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Interview with Irene Cockett Perry

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Title: Interview with Irene Cockett Perry
Interviewer: Morita, Mina
Interviewee: Perry, Irene Cockett
Keywords: Business
Family Life
Hawaiians - Customs and Beliefs
Hawaiians - Lifestyles
Issue Date: 1989
Series/Report no.: Lanai Ranch: The People of Koele and Keomuku
Description: A woman shares memories of Keomuku: collecting crabs and seaweed, weaving lau hala, planting watermelon, and attending school. She also speaks of her great-grandparents, moving up to Koele, marriage and children, family church, and various jobs.
preschool worker, shop owner, pantry worker, custodian, lau hala (pandanus leaf) weaver; Hawaiian-Caucasian; female
Interview conducted in English.
Sponsor: Private, State
Pages/Duration: 1 hr, 26 min
28 pages
Geographic Coverage: Lanai City, Lanai
Appears in Collections:Lana‘i Ranch: The People of Ko‘ele and Keomuku

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